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(Nam Jim Po Piah)

I always have this sauce in my fridge - it is the classic dipping sauce for Thai spring rolls (po piah), but it tastes great with any fried appetizer. It will last for a few weeks in the fridge.

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Thai Dipping Sauce for Spring Rolls (Nam Jim Po Piah) Toi
Thai Dipping Sauce for Spring Rolls (Nam Jim Po Piah) Cookie

Recipe Summary

Prep:
5 mins
Cook:
15 mins
Total:
20 mins
Servings:
12
Yield:
12
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JERSEY ORMER

 

The colour of rainbows in sand, ormer is Jersey’s very own mother of pearl that is found on the island’s coast. For centuries, ormers have been eaten and traded and their beautiful shell used for a variety of decorative purposes. They are an important part of Jersey’s cultural heritage and marine ecology, so here’s a little insight into their rare and fascinating world.

tis much bigger than an oyster and like that, good, either fresh or pickled, but infinitely more pleasant to the

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TO BEE OR NOT TO BEE

Governments launch plan to boost honey bee health

A plan to protect and improve the health of honey bees in England and Wales has been published by Defra and the Welsh Government.

 
 

Four key outcomes include effective biosecurity and a good standard of husbandry to minimise pest and disease risk, enhanced skills and production capability, the use of science and evidence to support bee health and

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Flour sales grow as restrictions tighten

 

Grocery sales in the UK have accelerated as the restrictions tighten again although there was limited evidence of stockpiling as seen in March.

 

Flour sales grow as restrictions tighten

 

According to Kantar, sales accelerated 10.4 per cent in the four weeks to October 12.

Sales of flour increased 64 per cent in the seven days from September 21.

However, Nabim has moved to

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Protection for British food and drink under new rules and logos

Protection for British food and drink under new rules and logos

New and independent Geographical Indications (GI) schemes will guarantee the authenticity and origin of regional and traditional foods at the end of the Transition Period, Defra has revealed.


 
Protection for British food and drink under new rules and logos

The three new UK GI logos, protected designation of origin (PDO)

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Slam in the Lamb

Flying trade at UK marts

Prices for store lambs and breeding ewes are flying at UK marts, with producers confident in the future, despite storm clouds gathering on the horizon

 
Flying trade at UK marts

Farmers are feeling optimistic on the back

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Artist dumps 29 tonnes of carrots to highlight tensions between rural areas and cities

 

An artist has dumped 29 tonnes of ‘fresh unwanted’ carrots on a university campus to explore some of the visible tensions between rural areas and cities. 

 
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Rafael Perez Evans’ Grounding instillation is part of Goldsmiths University’s Masters of Fine Art (MFA) degree show, which will run from October 2 to October 6.

It was inspired by dumping, a form of

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Sunday best: 17 expert tips for the perfect roast dinner, from brining the chicken to bashing the potatoes

 

It’s the crowning glory of any weekend – but the stakes are high and soggy veg or claggy gravy could ruin everything. Here are the hacks to try – and the corners not to cut

Chicken is a reliable option.

Chicken is a reliable option. Photograph: Magdalena Bujak/Alamy Stock Photo

Few meals retain a capacity for disappointment like the classic British roast dinner. Expectations are usually high, and there is just so much that can go wrong: tough meat, soggy veg

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Agriculture in Post War Britain

"MOST FOOD COMES FROM FARMS" The Radical

Farming in the UK is a vitally important part of the overall economy as well as meeting the majority of our domestic food consumption needs. Overall, agriculture contributed around £24 billion of revenues and around £8.5 billion of Gross Value Added to the UK economy in 2015.

 

 

 

Since the end of World War II in 1945, British agriculture has become 'production orientated'. In the second

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Small abattoirs failed by lack of joined-up thinking from Government

 

Small abattoirs are being failed by a lack of joined-up thinking from different Government bodies, Emily Miles, chief executive of the Food Standards Agency (FSA), has said.

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Farmers Guardian

Ms Miles, who has been working with small abattoir owners to address the problems they face, said she had been left ‘frustrated’ by the issue.

Her comments came as peers in the House of Lords prepared to debate an

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES - A PIECE OF BACONFAT UNDER THE SCALES AND TRADING POOR STANDARDS

Min of Food

ARE YOU BEING SERVED WITH THE SEAL OF APPROVAL OF THE TRADING STANDARDS

MORRISONS - BARNARD CASTLE PULLED A FAST ONE ON THE 10th JUNE 2020.

I REPORTED IT TO COUNTY DURHAM TRADING STANDARDS AND STILL AWAIT A RESPONSE

SOMETHING TO DO WITH NOT ON OUR PATCH BUT WAKEFIELD HANDLE "THE MOORISONS"

IS WHAT IS SAYS ON THE TIN  ACTUALLY IN THE TIN ?

BRITAIN NEEDS A MINISTER OF FOOD - TO CONTROL PRODUCERS PROCESSORS AND PROTECT CONSUMERS

 

 

CHOP CHOP FOR THE BBQ ?

Sheep market cools but prices up on 2019

New season lambs fell by 5 per cent to 249p/kg in the week to May 27 and old season prices were 11 per cent lower at 187p/kg.

Sheep market cools but prices up on 2019

There was also a downwards trend through the week, with prices slipping towards the 240p/kg mark.

Prices however continued to average higher than last year, by 6 per cent for new season stock and 8

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